TIFFANY’S PAST: This fall, Tiffany & Co. will look to its past with two projects, a new book and exhibit, to examine and celebrate its impact on American design.
In the book "Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co.," author John Loring, the jeweler’s design director, examines the legacy of Louis Comfort Tiffany, founder Charles Lewis Tiffany’s son, who led the American Art Nouveau movement with his stained-glass lamps and window designs. "With writing my 12th book about Tiffany & Co., it became more and more obvious what an important role Louis Comfort Tiffany had here," said Loring. "He was the Mr. Tiffany of Tiffany & Co., its principal designer, and the two things are inextricably linked."
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